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Old 10-28-2019, 11:43 AM
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Question Setting up 7x LL120 with commander pro

Hello,

I am planning to transfer my PC components to a new case, specifically the Corsair Crystal 680X.

While transferring my components, I would like to install some new cool RGB fans as well.
I've already read multiple threads and created a basic schematic of how I think I must connect the new fans and led strip.


A more high-resolution version can be found on: https://i.imgur.com/GGpAS3H.png

Please comment if the provided schematic is perfect or which connection changes should be made.

I look forward to your help.

- Tjeu

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Yup, looks good. You could, if you wanted, put all of the LL fans on a single channel with an RGB splitter. Totally optional but would eliminate the second LNP.
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Thank you for your quick response! Is this splitter available from the corsair site itself or any other shop that ships to europe/netherlands? This would be a perfect solution to have all lights synced instead of using 2 channels :)

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It's available at www.piratedogtech.com. PDT will ship to the EU but it's expensive. :(

You can also, if you are so inclined, make your own splitters. See my sig for details on the various part numbers for the connectors. PM me if you need pinout details.
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